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Breeden Insurance Services, Inc. - Lexington, North Carolina

Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, Business Insurance, Life Insurance, and Commercial Auto Insurance for Lexington and All of North Carolina

Breeden Insurance Services, Inc. is an independent insurance agency that was formed in 1963 and assumed ownership by the Breeden Family in 1967. We are focused on clients throughout North Carolina and the Southeast.

Breeden Insurance consists of 25+ team members focused on all lines of insurance, bonds and employee benefits for a variety of clients, both large and small. We work with you to evaluate your needs and match you with a company that offers the best possible coverage for the lowest possible cost.

Breeden Insurance is licensed as an agent with over a dozen major insurance companies and has broker access to hundreds of other carriers, as well as, Lloyds Correspondents and Brokers. We represent only insurance companies that possess superior services, competitive rates, and financial strength. These companies are exceptionally reputable and have been carefully selected for our clients.

Our insurance agency provides car insurance, home insurance, commercial auto, and business insurance.

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